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A TRO is usually followed by a hearing to see if it should be made permanent. You can introduce your evidence and bring your witnesses to that hearing. If the judge finds in your favor and dismisses the restraining order. You can sue the other party for civil damages for filing a false affidavit. You can also present a transcript of the trial to the state/county prosecutor or district attorney and ask for them to be charged with perjury, but it is up to the state to bring criminal charges. TROs are civil matters, and you cannot expunge the record of the case.
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